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541 viewsSusan Gould of Mattapoisett poses at a ski resort in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, with a copy of The Wanderer, adding yet another unique location to our gallery of readers. Ms. Gould recently took a trip to the winter getaway spot which offered ample snowboarding on 18 inches of “champagne powder” while there. Remember to take along a copy of your favorite local newspaper when traveling and be sure to pose outside a picturesque — and previously unsubmitted — locale. (Photo courtesy of Susan Gould.) 2/8/01 edition
541 viewsJo Pannell, Mattapoisett Historical Commission member, poses with the very first issue of The Wanderer (Volume 1, Number 1) in front of another venerated ship, The Golden Hinde, which is docked along the River Thames in England. Ms. Pannell recently took a vacation there to visit family members and brought along this landmark debut issue with her. 7/21/01 edition
541 viewsPatricia Broughton of Acushnet Road in Mattapoisett and her Yorkie, “Teacup,” pose outside the Bridgetown Town Hall during a recent trip to Nova Scotia. 02/21/02 edition
541 viewsDr. C. A. Tavares of Mattapoisett poses with a copy of The Wanderer on the Isle of Capri during a vacation.5/15/03 edition
539 viewsThe Hughes family of Rochester took a ski trip to the White Mountains of New Hampshire last month. Posing in front of the scenic overview in North Conway, NH with copies of The Wanderer are David and Louise Hughes of Rochester with their seven grandchildren: (l. to r.) Andrew Hughes (6), Michael Pruchnik (5), Kara Hughes (8), Jennifer Hughes (3), McNeil Somers (3 weeks), Nicole Pruchnik (6) and Kate Hughes (1). Also enjoying the beautiful spring weather and skiing trip (but not pictured here) were Stephen and Michelle Hughes of Mattapoisett, Carolyn and Frank Pruchnik of Rochester, Colleen and John Somers of Dorchester, and Mark and Marissa Hughes of Rochester. (Photo courtesy of Louise Hughes.) 4/12/01 edition
539 viewsMattapoisett native Toya D. Gabeler poses with a copy of The Wanderer in a canal on Unicorn Island in Mytha (Mekong Delta) in Vietnam during a recent trip. (Photo courtesy of Toya D. Gabeler). 4/7/50 edition
539 viewsFairhaven resident and school employee Diane Lopes poses here with a copy of The Wanderer just outside Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX where she was lucky enough to witness first-hand the New England Patriots’ second Super Bowl championship win on Sunday, February 1. (Photo by and courtesy of Kim Lopes). 2/12/04 edition
Going to Greenland539 viewsFairhaven Library Director Carolyn Longworth poses with a copy of The Wanderer during a recnet trip to Tassiusaq, Greenland. (Photo courtesy of Carolyn Longworth).
538 viewsJack and Hallie Thomas of Mattapoisett pose with a copy of The Wanderer during a recent family vacation at Baxter State Park in Millinoket, Maine with Mount Katahdin visible in the background. 8/30/01 edition
Peggy's Pick538 viewsPeggy Johnson, seen here celebrating her 85th birthday this past January, poses with copies of her favorite local reading material, The Wanderer. Ms. Johnson was a lifelong summer resident of Point Connett in Mattapoisett and sadly passed away on February 5, 2006.
537 viewsAn old-time resident of Antassawamuck, “Polly,” recently visited David and Joanne Cameron’s home with an issue of The Wanderer. Polly originally was a resident of Carter’s Department Store in New Bedford. She now resides in Antassawamuck but is very reclusive. 4/18/02 edition
Football Hall of Fame537 viewsAndrew and Danya Bichsel pose with a copy of The Wanderer in Canton, Ohio while recently visiting the Pro Football Hall of Fame over Thanksgiving break. (Photo by and courtesy of Michael and Heather Bichsel). (11/30/06 issue).
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